Since padding utilities have many variations and will be used in many places, we use a shorthand naming convention to help keep class names succinct.
|horizontal, left & right
|vertical, top & bottom
Note: The gray in the examples below represents the element, and the yellow represents the padding.
Use uniform spacing utilities to apply equal padding to all sides of an element. These utilities can be used with a spacing scale from 0-6.
Use directional utilities to apply padding to an individual side, or the X and Y axis of an element. Directional utilities can change or override default padding, and can be used with a spacing scale of 0-6.
The extended directional padding scale starts from spacer
7 and goes up to
12. All directions and their responsive variants are supported, except for
All padding utilities can be adjusted per breakpoint using the following formula:
p-[direction]-[breakpoint]-[spacer]. Each responsive style is applied to the specified breakpoint and up.
.p-responsive is a padding class that adds padding on the left and right sides of an element. It is intended to be used with container styles.
It's the equivalent of adding the
.px-3 .px-sm-6 .px-lg-3 utility classes.
Note: Since the example is shown in an
iframeit won't show the change to